Album: Storyline (2014)


  • This is the title track of Hunter Hayes' second major-label studio album. The Country star told that Storyline is, "a series of songs that talk about life and love and just writing the storyline as we go."
  • Lyrically, this song is a representation of Hayes' personal philosophy. He explained to "You just go through life writing your story as you go. There are wrong ways to write it, there are right ways to write it, but there is also all kinds of stuff in-between. The path you choose leads you to different adventures, and that aspect of figuring it all out really fascinates me."


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